The Government should pass a new Right to Justice Act, to ensure that there are minimum standards on access to justice, according to a new report released today.
Doctors and relatives of patients with severely debilitating conditions will no longer have to seek court approval to end life-supporting treatment after a significant new judgment in the Court of Protection.
If you’re a conscientious and polite pupil, the chances are you’ve never even thought you could get expelled from school. However, just when is a school allowed to show you … Continued
A relatively unknown treaty called the ‘European Social Charter’ is being used across Europe to outlaw the use of corporal punishment against children. The UK was one of the first … Continued
You’ve probably experienced it before. When you visit a doctor, they’ll check with you whether it’s OK for them to examine you, and then again when they suggest a course of treatment.
We don’t talk about weight in the same way as we talk about race, gender, or disability.
Of all the influences that shape children as they grow up, none are more important than the lessons and values imparted on them by their parents. But what should we do when … Continued
As the threat of nuclear war becomes a closer reality, the legal status of nuclear weapons is more important than ever.
The leader of an inquiry into the blaze at Grenfell Tower has vowed to “provide answers”, after the fire claimed the lives of at least 80 people.
A Christian family from the Isle of Wight have threatened to sue their primary school, after they said a boy in the class was allowed to wear a dress.